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You can use the Report Builder in version 6.0.6 of the Jazz Reporting Service to create and run reports about artifacts across projects or versioned data in configurations.
Additional details are available in the Getting started with reporting by using Lifecycle Query Engine data sources in version 6.0.6 article on Jazz.net.
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Getting started roadmap for Rational Team Concert- Article author: Dejan Custic, Persistent Systems Ltd. Rational Team Concert (RTC) is a collaborative tool that helps software development teams organize work and monitor progress in an agile, continuous delivery environment. Continuous delivery is about delivering software frequently. It focuses on speeding up the deployment pipeline – from source code to customer-executable code. Increasing delivery speed often necessitates increasing agility – the need to make changes to code (and to designs) frequently either to correct design faults or to adjust to changing customer demands. With the following features, RTC assists teams to be agile and to deliver continuously. Note: The resources listed on this page were created for a specific release, but also apply to later releases. [Read more...]
Getting started with components in the RM and QM applications - In IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (RM application) and IBM Rational Quality Manager (QM application), in projects that are enabled for configuration management, you can now create components to manage versions of data at a finer granularity than whole project areas. You might see components referred to as "fine-grained components." Instead of working with all the artifacts from the project in one stream (for example, a physical piece called a Handheld Meter Reader), you can create a component to represent a smaller collection of artifacts (for example, a smaller physical piece such as a Sensor in the handheld meter reader). Components are supported only in projects that have configuration management capabilities enabled.
Note: This feature is a technology preview and is not supported for use in a production environment. You should read and understand the key limitations that are listed in the
For more information on CLM topics, check out the IBM Rational Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management v4 playlist on Youtube below:
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Getting started with reporting by using Lifecycle Query Engine data sources in version 6.0.3: You can use the Report Builder in the Jazz Reporting Service to create and run reports about artifacts across projects or versioned data in configurations. Using indexed data from the Lifecycle Query Engine (LQE) data sources, you can, for example: Create a multi-project report that shows test cases, the requirements that they validate, and related defects. You can include designs from Design Manager by editing the SPARQL query in the Advanced section of Report Builder. Run this report, scoping the results by choosing a configuration (stream or baseline). Learn how to set up your environment and understand some of the limitations when you use either the LQE or LQE using Configurations data source. Consider the limitations described here before you use LQE data sources for production reports. If you are interested only in document-style reports, you can export Report Builder reports as Rational Publishing Engine templates to make document authoring easier. [Read more at Jazz.net...]
Authors: Catherine Trinkwon, Information Developer, with contributions from the Jazz Reporting Service team at Persistent Systems Ltd.
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Getting started with reporting by using Lifecycle Query Engine data sources in version 6.0.5 - You can use the Report Builder in the Jazz Reporting Service to create and run reports about artifacts across projects or versioned data in configurations. Learn how to set up your environment and understand some of the limitations when you use either the LQE or LQE scoped by a Configuration data source. Consider the limitations described here before you use LQE data sources for production reports. If you are interested only in document-style reports, you can export Report Builder reports as Rational Publishing Engine templates to make document authoring easier. [Read more....]
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GIT RTC integration (How to clone repository via http, file size greater than 300 MB)
How to clone repository via http, file size greater than 300 MB.
Node.js based server for RTC and Git integration:
Tried with below scenario combination but was unable to clone repos, via ssh if the file size is more than 300 MB.
a. GIT RTC integration (how it's descibed in the officicial documentation for RTC 6.0.2):
1) set the value (--m
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In DOORS 9, it is not possible via the user interface to manage the "baseline power" for users.
But it is possible to modify the original behavior of DOORS by editing a DXL file and by creating a "special" group for those users.
When a user attempts to create a baseline from the UI, this code will be executed and only users in the group will be able to create baseline.
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Guide to Git for Rational Team Concert users - This article is for users of Rational Team Concert who want to learn more about Git. Find out how these two powerful source control systems differ in terms of capabilities, concepts, and commands, then get tips for successfully migrating a project workflow to Git.
Migrate your CMVC workflow to Rational Team Concert, Part 1: Set up and configure your migration path with CMVC-RTC Connector Plugin 2.3 - Configure the CMVC-RTC Connector Plugin to synchronize work items and source code between CMVC and Rational Team Concert.
Migrate your CMVC workflow to Rational Team Concert, Part 2: Configure the Defect/Feature Importer to migrate CMVC work items to Rational Team Concert - Configure the CMVC-RTC Connector Plugin's Defect/Feature Importer to successfully migrate CMVC work items to Rational Team Concert.
Migrate your CMVC workflow to Rational Team Concert, Part 3: Extract and import your source code to Rational Team Concert - Configure the CMVC-Rational Team Concert SCM Importer to extract and import your source code to Rational Team Concert.
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Guide to Git for Rational Team Concert users - If you're a user of Rational Team Concert then you know it's a robust, well integrated source code management system. But that doesn't mean it's the right fit for every software development project or team. We've written this article for Rational Team Concert users like us, who want to learn about Git or will be using Git for new projects. We compare the basic and advanced features of Git and Rational Team Concert, so you can see what they have in common and where they differ. We also look at how some common Git flows translate to similar source management patterns in Rational Team Concert. Finally, we point out some pitfalls to avoid when migrating from Rational Team Concert to Git.... [Read more...]
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Help configuration options in IBM Collaborative Lifecycle Management product help - There are three ways to access the Rational product help: 1) you can install it locally on your hard drive, 2) you can have your system administrator install it on an enterprise wide server, or 3) you can configure your system to access the Rational information center on the Web. This video provides a detailed overview of how to install Knowledge Center Customer Install application on a computer or intranet server.
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Highlights of CLM 6.0.3 - I’m pleased to announce that Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0.3 is now available for download — along with IBM Internet of Things continuous engineering solution 6.0.3, which is a superset of CLM. Our largest focus area this release has been improving simplicity and productivity for practitioners. You’ll see that in these highlights [Read more...]
What’s new with SAFe® in CLM 6.0.3 - It’s official. IBM’s support for Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe) 4.0 is now “in the box”! You can read more about the highlights of the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) 6.0.3 release in Daniel Moul’s blog: Highlights of 6.0.3. We’ve been working diligently with several early adopters who have provided great feedback since we posted the first beta templates back in March. That early feedback has led to some great improvements — thank you all for contributing to make the SAFe support better. Next up: reports and videos. [Read more...]
What’s new in Rational DOORS Next Generation 6.0.3 - IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation (DNG) 6.0.3 introduces a new dimension to configuration management a simpler way to interact with requirements information and more. [Read more...]
What’s new in Rational Team Concert 6.0.3 - We’ve been busy with key enhancements to IBM Rational Team Concert 6.0.3 including enterprise agile planning with SAFe® 4.0, improved work item collaboration with rich text support and enhanced usability for the Jazz SCM. For more details, see New & Noteworthy. [Read more...]
What’s new in Rational Quality Manager 6.0.3 - In this post, I am going to highlight three key enhancements to IBM Rational Quality Manager 6.0.3 that will make a difference for many of you: customization of manual test scripts, artifact comparison, and components. For a complete enhancement list and more details about the content of this release, please see the New & Noteworthy. [Read more...]
What’s new in Rhapsody Design Manager 6.0.3 and Rhapsody 8.2 - IBM Rational Rhapsody Design Manager 6.0.3 and IBM Rational Rhapsody 8.2 are here! As usual, there are many exciting things that have taken place in the area of modeling, or as many call it today, architecture and design management. For a complete list, see the New & Noteworthy for Rhapsody Design Manager and what’s new for Rhapsody. [Read more...]
What’s new in Rational Publishing Engine 2.1.1 - Many organizations must produce documentation from their systems along with software engineering data that meets complex style and format requirements. These requirements might be imposed by clients, business partners, government or industry regulatory bodies. IBM Rational Publishing Engine automates the generation of these types of documents from your data in Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) and other products. In the 2.1.1 release of Rational Publishing Engine, we’ve continued to simplify the user experience with a focus on both template designers and report designers. You can watch demos of these and other new features at the Rational Publishing Engine 2.1.1 YouTube playlist. For more details, see New & Noteworthy. [Read more...]
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How does Hierarchy Logic in RTC Source Control Components work?
Problem: When the component is selected, multiple sub-components are getting added to the stream.
Steps to reproduce:
Actual Output: The selected component is adding sub-components into the repository workspace.
1) Reason for adding sub-component into the workspace when root component is added
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How to Add websites (IIS Website location) in the RTC source control using HTTP location.
When you create Web site projects, Visual Studio creates the solution files in the Projects location specified under Tool
You have two options here, one to create a solution first and then create a web site project under it as described in Work
or, just share the project instead of sharing the solution. Refer to "Solution outside the sandbox" section in Flex
** Solution for adding local IIS websites into RTC source control** Find the steps below.
If you want to share your .sln file:
1. Create a virtual directory in IIS that points to a physical location in your sandbox, say <sandbox>\WebSite1
2. Create a blank solution with the name WebSite1 at <sandbox>. This will create <san
3. Add a new WebSite to the solution created in the previous step and choose http
4. You'll see a "Web Site Already Exists" dialog. Choose "Create a new Web site in the existing location"
5. Right-click on the solution in the Solution Explorer and Share in Jazz
If you prefer not to check-in the .sln file, skip step 2 and in step 5,right click on the Web site in solution explorer and Share in Jazz..